Need for application like PC Suite from Nokia?
XelaRellum at web.de
Wed Feb 25 06:42:41 CET 2009
Yes, but you still have the problem of the conflict resolution. First,
this doesnt work if files are changed on both sides. Which to chose? And
with a "real" sync app versus a file sync app it would present the
contents of the conflicted data side by side and asking you what to do.
And I am not talking about pure raw file contents but with a real user
interface the presents contacts like contacts and calendar data as
calendar data. Of course everything can be done using text diffs but
then you are not on eye level with iPhone et al.
Al Johnson schrieb:
> On Tuesday 24 February 2009, Alexander Mueller wrote:
>> Excellent point. The Agenda PDA used this method of syncing or backing
>> up. Well I use rsync a lot. But it is rather a one-way backup tool than
>> a two way sync tool that takes care of collision resolving.
> Have you tried Unison? It does two way sync with conflict flagging, and works
> across platforms.
>> Timo Juhani Lindfors schrieb:
>>> Alexander Mueller <XelaRellum at web.de> writes:
>>>> Especially with the Openmoko this is true after reflashing the device.
>>> Why not just rsync your home directory?
>>> (And also, I have not reflashed my device for at least 6 months, using
>>> debian here..)
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